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Two Brothers DVD Review

Cute, cuddly tigers are the big stars in the new flick, Two Brothers - and if you don't fall in love with them instantly, you should really think about seeing a therapist. No really. They are just that cute. So, does Two Brothers have anything more to offer? Find out here!

The Tale of Two Brothers

Sangha and Kumal are brothers. They love to play in the river, bathe in the sun and get into trouble. One day, while Sangha and Kumal are frolicking in the woods, the sound of humans floats nearby. Sangha and Kumal's parents jump into action and quickly get the tiger cubs to safety. Unfortunately, things get messy when the humans spot one of the tigers and come after them with guns. When the search is over, Kumal is captured by a famous hunter, Sangha and his mom are somewhere in the great Southeast Asian jungle and the boys' dad has been killed by the human intruders. For the next year of their life, Kumal and Sangha are not only kept apart from one another, but from their mother as well - Sangha is captured soon after Kumal and given to a little boy as a pet.

Two Brothers - Treats

The best part about Two Brothers is all the cute, real animals - there are tigers, bears, birds, elephants, a badger family and a ton of other cuddly creatures. If you liked the Jungle Book or Bambi - or even Homeward Bound - you are going to love Two Brothers. It's a modern day Jungle Book that has the most beautiful scenery. You'll be beggin' mom and dad to take you on a jungle safari.

Two Brothers - Tantrums

There is no doubt that Two Brothers is going to become an instant favorite among movie-goers but there are definitely some nail-biting scenes that are going to make you cringe. Sangha and Kumal are forced to face some pretty cruel owners during their year apart from one another and they really have to struggle to keep going on with life. But while it might be painful to watch some of the scenes in Two Brothers (no one likes to see animals being mistreated), it's still important to see the flick, because at the end of it, you'll walk away with a smile on your face.

Two Brothers - DVD Features

Two Brothers is an amazing movie that you and your whole family will enjoy. And when you purchase the DVD, you're going to get a whole bunch of cool extras that you'll really love. Learn how tigers are trained for the movies and how they interact in the wild. If you're an animal lover, you're definitely going to dig this disc!

Two Brothers - Bottom Line
Two Brothers is a magical movie that takes you into the heart of the Asian jungle to join Sangha and Kumal on their sometimes heart-breaking, sometimes encouraging journey. Don't be surprised if peeps in the audience start clapping when Two Brothers is over - you might even have an urge to throw your hands together too.

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